Welcome to The Jupiter Tequesta Athletic Association (JTAA) Newsletter. The JTAA was founded in 1967. We are a not-for-profit organization offering over 15 youth sports programs to over 6500 families in Northern Palm Beach County. The mission of the JTAA is to provide athletic activities for school age children of this community and to help all participants to develop strong, healthy bodies and minds; the highest type of sportsmanship, understanding of and respect for the rules; courage in defeat, modesty in victory, and become good citizens.

Thank you for your continued support! 
Winter Sports Registration
Registration for JTAA Winter Sports - Boys and Girls Basketball and Boys and Girls Lacrosse - is now open. Click to follow instructions for the new registration process. Volunteers and coaches are also needed for these sports, register here.

2017 Holiday Parade
The annual JTAA Holiday Parade will take place on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 1:00 PM. The theme for the parade is "The Twelve Days of Christmas". For more information, parade route and registration forms please visit the Holiday Parade website.

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Former JTAA Player Joins Miami Dolphins
Local Cody Parkey joins Miami Dolphins as Kicker. In the attached article he talks about not getting overwhelmed in the moment on the field, “I go back in my mind to the Jupiter Community Park and kicking it at a light post. That’s all I’m trying to do: just hit it down the middle.”

JTAA Gives Back
Both Seahawks Softball and Mustangs Tackle Football have reached out to our neighboring communities affected by Hurricane Irma. The Seahawks have raised $600 and counting for the Key West Girls Softball program during their Fall Classic. The Mustangs hosted the Fort Pierce Eagles for a post game pizza party. Many of the Treasure Coast players are still in shelters in the wake of the storm.

A coach's words can be powerful, and life changing, for young athletes. The following article gives coaches advice on how to use the power of their words to positively influence players. Read More
We all prefer to win, but there are valuable lessons to be found in losing a sporting competition. This article gives advice on how parents and coaches can help coach athletes through a loss. Read more
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